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Wisconsin law increases abortion delays, risk

Restrictions on use of drugs to end pregnancies lead to more women having surgical procedures

1:01 PM, Jan. 28, 2013
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The two pregnancy tests she took early last year were negative, but this time a faint plus sign surfaced in the plastic window. Samantha, 21, knew immediately what she wanted to do.

One week later, Samantha and her partner spoke to a counselor at Affiliated Medical Services, a Milwaukee clinic that provides abortions. She determined she would prefer the medication option to the surgical option. This would allow her to terminate the pregnancy earlier by taking two pills.

Carrying a 21-credit load at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and working 40 hours a week at a coffee shop, Samantha ...

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